Tahitia G. Brown
BUS/475-Integrated Business Topics
April 18, 2012
Virginia A. Carter
Strategic Plan, Part II: SWOTT Analysis
Manning Solutions opened their doors to customers in the fall of 2012, in Tampa Florida. Its purpose is to aid small companies, whose budgets do not allow them to obligate revenue to staff their own human resources department. Their services include hiring, maintaining personnel records, pay-roll, and complaints to name a few. The mission statement: Provide the highest-class service in human resources business by providing competitive pricing to their intended market audience. Through various marketing techniques Manning Solutions is able to build an extensive clientele.
According to, "What Is SWOT Analysis? Definition and Meaning" (2012), “A situational analysis in, which the internal strengths and weaknesses of an organization and the external opportunities and threats faced by it are closely examined to chart a strategy,” (Para. 1). The SWOTT analysis of the Manning Solutions will explain seven external and internal forces which may affect the organization.
The internal forces being analyzed include processes and systems, technological, and intellectual property, during the implementation of a strategy in a company. Strengths allow an organization to gain competitive advantage by properly using resources and capabilities. Weaknesses limit the company ability to meet customers’ needs and put the organization in disadvantage (Pearce & Robinson, 2009). MCS biggest strengths are the ability to implement, control, and monitor new processes, which have allowed the company to offer quality services in a timely manner. The use of technology is also one of the biggest strengths for MCS. The company counts with a good information system, which has streamlined many processes within the organization, and at the
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